The movie “Exile” tells the story of Linus (played by actors John Heffernan, Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norell). It tells the story of a young pastor taking up a new position in a small town in northern England. This is also a period drama, because the story takes place somewhere in the 1930s. The actual storyline tells the couple, Marian and Linus, and the town’s respected priest, who work together to restore and reinvigorate the sluggish faith of the town’s members. This small town in northern England is more specifically called Morley Rectory. The couple, Marian and Linus, have a young daughter, Adelaide, who also participated in the storyline because Bishop Malach appointed her to maintain the faith of the church.
So far, everything is fine, but as with any horror genre, more specifically the sub-genre of Haunted House, things are often wrong and cause confusion in the hearts of fans. The ending of “Exile” is also somewhat puzzling and confusing. This movie becomes the first horror movie featuring Creep, Triangle and Severance angles in 2020 and 2021, making it a high-quality horror movie. Although you may find that the story has lost many unstitched clues, *spoiler alert*, more specifically the excavation scene of the last Bishop of Malach, this haunted legend still has moments worth mentioning. We are here to explain the ending to you, so please keep reading to learn more.
Before we start shooting this movie, here is a trailer to help you imagine what we will discuss in a short time.
The movie has an excellent lineup of stars, with Jessica Brown Findley as Marianne, Sean Harris as Harry Reid, and the young actress Anya McKenna-Bruce as Adelaide. It is directed by Christopher Smith and produced for the release of Vertigo by Jason Newmark, Laurie Cook, Sharon Harrell Cohen, and Maya Armsell.
Exile: the plot
Among all the haunted house movies, more specifically the horror genre that will be released this year, “Exile” has made headlines and sparked debate about its ending. As you can see in the movie, the relationship between the young Adelaide and his mother became worse and more difficult over time. She talked to the dolls and figurines, and her mother expressed concern that they might throw her daughter to strangers in the haunted house. To make matters worse, she began to talk to imaginary characters and claimed that she was her biological mother. When this happened, the child disappeared and Linus was possessed by a ghost and was in a trance state. Things get worse here when a series of attempted murders happen in the town (more specifically, the successful murder of Betsy in Linus).
Exile: the ending explained
Mother Marianne then discovered that her daughter Adelaide had actually been kidnapped by the soul of a pregnant woman who was killed by several monks while holding the child. Finally, with Harry’s help, Harry asked Linus to perform a ritual in Adelaide and rescued her from the worst. When Harry and Marian both promised the murdered woman a proper burial for her and her unborn child, the exorcism was successful. The main plot of the movie ends here, and the daughter and mother find each other again.
But later in the movie, the audience saw Bishop Malach excavate the bodies and hand them over to Nazi officials in Stuttgart, thus consolidating his claim that he did use Marianne’s family for secret evil purposes for his Nazi friends. More specifically, this should be very clear when Harry was beaten by some of the associates of Bishop Malachy.
“Exile” has a limited premiere at the Sitges Film Festival and the FrightFest Film Festival in London in October 2020. The course of CORONAVIRUS was conducted digitally in the UK on March 26th.